Location Rottnest Island, WA
Duration 7 hours
Min/max attendees 1/6
Recommended for beginner
Next availability (Perth time) Thu, 14 Dec 09:00
Pricing AU$345.0 (Adult) / AU$315.0 (Concession) / AU$150.0 (Child) / AU$175.0 (Non-photographer)
Join us on Wadjemup (Rottnest Island) for a full day workshop on this amazing A-class reserve with pristine waters, amazing flora and unique fauna.
Our day will be spent exploring the island, visiting many of the bays and attraction that the island has to offer using the Island Hop on Hop off bus.
Perth's playground, Rottnest Island, gives us opportunities to practice many photographic techniques such as landscape, seascape, quokka portraits, birds and much more.
We will include the ferry costs departing Fremantle, the hop on hop off bus, afternoon tea and photographic input from Anna-Mair Francis. You will need to bring your own picnic lunch and water. The ferry times vary from season to season but we hope to be on the Island between 9-10am and return from the Island between 4-5pm.
All levels of photographer and all makes of camera are welcome. Non-photographers are welcome if they are happy to enjoy a slower paced tour.
We are happy for children over the age of 11-16 who have a photographic interest to join our tours when accompanied with a paying adult but a child who isn't interested in photography would not enjoy our itinerary. If you have younger children with a photographic interest then please contact us to discuss a private tour for your family.
Please contact us for price without the ferry cost if you will be staying on the Island at the time. There is also a concession price available for those who are on a pension card.
Anna-Mair Francis is a professional fine art photographer having held several successful exhibitions, which were held in high regard with many positive reviews. She has images displayed all over the world. She is a very successful teacher having had many of her former pupils going on to achieve awards and be highly respected photographers in their own right. She is highly regarded by the people she has taught and the methods she uses to teach them photography. She is very patient and understanding and works on the philosophy that there is no such thing as a silly question.
- Thu, 14 Dec 09:00
- Thu, 21 Dec 09:00